Michael Delzer Updated by Michael Delzer

Obtain login token for subsequent Hub API calls


Sign-in to Hub API service to obtain a Login Token. The token is used to call API service to manage Secrets, print Environment or Stack Instance details, etc. If API URL is not given on command line then it’s read from HUB_API env.

hub login [] [-u email] [-p password] [flags]


  -h, --help              help for login
-p, --password string Hub password
-u, --username string Hub username

Options inherited from parent commands

      --all-warnings                   Repeat all warnings before [successful] exit (default true)
--api string Hub API service base URL, HUB_API (default "")
--aws_profile string AWS ~/.aws/credentials profile, AWS_PROFILE (default "agilestacks")
--aws_region string AWS region hint (for S3 state access), AWS_DEFAULT_REGION (default "us-east-2")
--aws_use_iam_role_credentials Try EC2 instance credentials (default true)
--cache string API cache file (default is $HOME/.automation-hub-cache.yaml)
--compressed Write gzip compressed files (default true)
--config string Config file (default is $HOME/.automation-hub.{yaml,json})
-d, --debug Print debug info. Or set HUB_DEBUG=1
--encrypted string Write encrypted files if HUB_CRYPTO_PASSWORD is set. true / false (default "if-password-set")
-f, --force Force operation despite of errors. Or set HUB_FORCE=1
--log-destination string stderr or stdout (default "stderr")
-t, --trace Print detailed trace info. Or set HUB_TRACE=1
-v, --verbose Verbose mode (default true)


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